publication . Article . 2011

Why familiarise?

Barley, Ruth;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2011
  • Publisher: University of Surrey
  • Country: United Kingdom
<p>Becoming familiar with the field location is a topic within anthropology that has been widely discussed over the years and is thought to aid the quality of ethnographic outputs.</p>\ud <p>Components of familiarisation are also at times used as good practice within other research strategies.</p>\ud <p>This update will explore how familiarisation can aid a range of research strategies to enhance the quality of data that are collected.</p>
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